In the past couple of weeks, there have been a plethora of leaks coming out from several sources, surfing on the web suggesting yet most anticipated device of Samsung Note lineup, which is, of course, the successor of last years Note 8, i.e; Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Which also turned people pretty anxious to find out whats coming up next, after the Galaxy S9 & S9 Plus sensation. However, meanwhile, another benchmark score allegedly appeared on the slashleaks.com showing both single as well as multicore scores, and which is kinda different from the previous leaks.
Now, according to the benchmark image spotted online, the Galaxy Note 9 is spotted in the Geekbench benchmarking site, and it is listed with a spectacular single score score of 5162 and multi-score of 10704, along with that it also shows up a couple of other details regarding this device, such as the device is listed as a model ID Samsung SM-N960F.
Apart from that the leaks also show that the device will be equipped with Exynos 9815, which also expected to have Qualcomm Snapdragon variant suggesting Snapdragon 845 SoC embedded in it, and will be running on Android 8.1.0 Oreo out of the box, with Samsung’s Experience UI on top of course. Moreover, previous rumors also suggest that it’ll be coupled with 6 or 8GB of RAM and will be powered by 4000 mAh battery.
However, it also suggests that due to Samsungs sales ratio of their latest flagship Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9 Plus, which isn’t up to the mark, they are soon going to unveil their 9th edition Note line up before their desired selected date. Besides that, the company also plans to come up with an optical fingerprint scanner on this device which as of now isn’t officially confirmed.
The thickness of bezels size will also be narrowed down a little bit more than what it was in its predecessor Galaxy Note 9. Apart from that, there are no other details yet being released as of now. However, still, there are a lot of things remaining to complete the whole story of Note 9, so stay tuned for whats coming next.